A federal appeals court has tossed a class action brought over the size of eye drops even after finding that consumers had standing to sue.

The case is one of at least six that Public Justice, a national nonprofit legal advocacy organization, has brought on behalf of consumers of eye drops. They allege consumers paid too much for the medications, which they used to treat glaucoma and other illnesses, since the drops went to waste because they were too large for their eyes.

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